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2.2 Percent of Student Body Has Voted in EVPSA Special Election

This is A.S.’s third attempt to elect an EVPSA since Spring Quarter 2017.
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A.S. Senator Petitions for Hot Food Bar on Campus

Karmes-Wainer used the petition as a way to gauge the community’s response to the hot bar as a potential senate project.
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Ray Alonso Appointed Judicial Council Chair, Plans To Focus on Accessibility and Empathy

Raymond Alonso was appointed Judicial Council Chair at the Associated Students Senate meeting on Wednesday evening.
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Ng Is Sole Candidate Remaining in EVPSA Special Election

In a third attempt to elect an EVPSA, Rachel Ng is the sole remaining candidate running to fill the vacant position.
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Zierer Drops Out of EVPSA Election, Ng Now Running Unopposed

At least eight percent of the student body must vote for the election to be valid.
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Senate Votes in Support of Paying A.S. UCSB Employees “Living Minimum Wage”

The resolution demands that the $15 minimum wage be applied to all UC workers, regardless of the number of hours that they work.
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Senate Takes a Step Toward Transparency With Public Facebook Accounts Resolution

The purpose of these Facebook accounts is to help increase senators’ accountability and transparency, the resolution states.
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A.S. Senate Creates Committee to Address Mold in I.V. Residences

A.S. Senate voted Wednesday evening to create a committee to address mold in I.V. residences.
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Senate Votes To Hold EVPSA Winter Quarter Special Election

The vote, conducted over email, passed with 9 yeses, 3 nos and 1 abstention.
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Associated Students IVP and EVPSA-Elect Removed From Isla Vista Party

The two were removed from the party during summer 2018, the statement said.
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Vacant Judicial Council Seats Filled Nine Weeks After Quarter Begins

Nine weeks later, UC Santa Barbara’s Associated Students has a full Judicial Council.
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Editorial | A Demand for Standards Re: A.S. Senate

The decision to publish an editorial is not one the Daily Nexus editorial board takes lightly.
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On-Campus Senator Yasamin Salari Admits to Living Off Campus, In Violation of Legal Code

Salari, a second-year pre-political science major, spoke Wednesday night regarding rumors about her living situation.
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Judicial Council Seats Will Be Unfilled Until At Least Week 9

Kopel estimates she will present her nominations to the Associated Students (A.S.) Senate by the Week 9 Senate meeting.
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A.S. Senate Violates Brown Act With Closed Session, A.S. AG Says

The Ralph M. Brown Act of 1953 “guarantees the public’s right to attend and participate in meetings of local legislative bodies,” according to a pamphlet published by the California Attorney Gen...
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